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live stream the news conference on our website as ktvu.com. >>> defense secretary, leon panetta says he still has confidence in general john allen's ability leave in -- to lead in average. panetta addressed the confrontation with jill, a florida socialite. >> no one should leap to any conclusions here. general jail len is doing a wonderful job at i sep in leading those forces he certainly has our -- has our continued forces to lead the costs. >> reporter: the recall investigator is reporting the 20,000, 30,000 e-mails exchained. >> one of them described them as flirtatious. another source compared them to phone folks -- phobe something. >>> happening right now, three prun senators, including onmccain are tolding -- are holding a tuesday conference -- three republican senators including john mack cane are holing a news conference -- are holding a news conference calling for the investigation of the libyan attack. >> am was dear stevens was doing everything we wanted our diplomats to do -- ambassador stevens was doing everything we wanted our diplomats to do. >> you've been listening to j
the middle east coming up at 7:45. >>> and new this morning, defense secretary leon panetta has asked the joint chiefs of staff to review ethics training and to brain storm on ways to steer officers away from trouble. this due to a string of ethical lapses by senior military officers. meanwhile, fbi agent who helped start the whole investigation that led to david petraeus's resignation has now been identified as 47-year-old frederick humphreys. he first took a complaint from his friend, jill kelley, about threatening e-mails. that led to the discovery of extramarital affair between petraeus and hi biographer paula broadwell. >>> time is now 7:18. less than a week after c pat trees resigned, the -- petraeus, the cia is under scrutiny on how it handling the deadly attack in libya. we have more about the congressional hearings. allison? >> reporter: four house and senate committees are holding hearings about the assault in libya. most of them are classified but this one is open to the public, and the press. the house foreign affairs committee is investigating what happened on september 1
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